Travel Study

What is a travel study? 

Travel study refers to courses taught at La Salle University that involve a mandatory short period (10-15 days) travel during the semester the course is taught. In order to sign-up for a travel study course, students must contact individual faculty members (listed below and directly following the offered course name). 

The following classes will be offered Spring 2017:

HIS/ENG/HON/LGU: Global London—Travel to England
Lyman Stebbins and James Jesson

FRN/HIS: France in World War II, Under German Occupation—Travel to France
Diane Regan

REL: Tibetan Buddhism and the Politics of Liberation—Travel to India
Jack Downey and Julie Regan

ARTH/HIS: Art and History of Mexico—Travel to Mexico
Lisa Jarvinen and Mey-Yen Moriuchi

POL: Life on the US-Mexico Border—Travel to El Paso (USA)
Miguel Glatzer

MGT 309: Management Perspectives on Globalization (to study innovation, social entrepreneurship, and sustainable social change)—Travel to Chile.  
Meghan Pierce and Carolyn Plump

MKT 305: International Marketing—Travel to Germany and France
Swee Lim-Chia

NUR 411: Public Health Nursing—Travel to Mexico
Jeannine Uribe